N.p. People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, . Offset lithographed poster, 56cm x 44cm. Printed both sides of sheet; recto in red, verso in black ink. Original folds; mild wear to extremities, still a clean and fresh example, easily Near Fine. Double-sided poster with recto presenting a bold call to action, verso with a large map of the demonstration route surrounded by text outlining the planned events, with detailed instructions for marchers.
Original poster announcing the June, 1972, Emergency March on Washington, organized jointly by the People's Coalition for Peace and Justice and the National Peace Action Coalition. Events included a blockade of the Pentagon and a night of "good cheer...dancing, music, and theater." In comparison with the previous year's May Day rally, the event was a failure, attracting only about 10,000 demonstrators. This poster apparently scarce; not found separately catalogued in OCLC (as of August, 2018); not found in the collections of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics or the Online Archive of California.